LOOK: Structure Damage Reported As Storms Move Through West Alabama Tuesday
The first reports of structural damage are coming in on social media Tuesday night as severe storms move from Mississippi into West Alabama.
As of 9 p.m., no major tornadoes have been reported in the Yellowhammer State, but a roof has reportedly been blown off a building in Walker County.
ABC 33/40 and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa's Chief Meteorologist James Spann shared a photo submitted by viewer Emily McGill that appears to show a large metal roof on the ground in Sumiton, Alabama.
The Sumiton Fire and Rescue department also shared photos of roof damage to industrial buildings in their town from straight-line winds.
Closer to home, Spann also shared an image of a trampoline that was reportedly thrown aloft by the storm in Pickens County.
The National Weather Service in Birmingham has also shared reports of storm damage in Greene and Hale Counties, where a tornado is believed to have touched down late Tuesday night.
Fortunately, no injuries have been reported so far Tuesday night.
Severe storms are possible throughout our coverage area until early Wednesday morning -- stay connected to the Tuscaloosa Thread and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa radio stations for updates as they become available, and check back in to this report for more images and videos of damage if any more is reported.